What if tech's biggest diversity problem is Silicon Valley itself?
from International Business Times
an Google become a diverse company when most of its employees are based in Mountain View, California, a city that's just 2 percent African-American? That's a question one former employee asked in a widely circulating LinkedIn post. A.J. Angus, an African-American man who worked at the company's Austin, Texas, office from 2011 to 2015, said Google needs to expand its presence in markets with stronger Hispanic and black populations and more affordability — such as Dallas or Atlanta — so it can attract diverse candidates to its ranks.
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